Thursday, May 8, 2014

Cherokee Casino Employees Clean Up Highway 59

Cherokee Casino Player's Club Manager Amber Nelson and Director of Marketing Shawn Payne, along with other casino employees, picked up trash along U.S. Highway 59 south of Sallisaw recently as part of the Adopt-A-Highway program. Tara Vest, casino shift manager and community impact team captain at the Sallisaw and Roland Casinos, said, "Our employees are doing a small part in keeping Oklahoma and the Cherokee Nation beautiful." She said the volunteers picked up more than 20 30-gallon trash bags of waste, and have additional cleanup days scheduled throughout the year. Stay tuned to KXMX for the latest news, or visit By Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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